In alignment with our vision to employ the creativity and vigour of the youth, SGAC is proud to announce more than 130 newly selected members of our organization across 22 functions. We are an ever expanding organization with 15,000 plus members coming from 150 countries and we strongly believe the diversity in our organization sends a strong voice to the Space Industry.
As a former refugee who had the privilege of getting educated all the way to a Masters degree and specialising in space, Ahmed Abdi could firsthand appreciate the benefits of space has had for humanity and how it could mitigate if not prevent some of the crises that have happened in places like Somalia including the civil war, deforestation, food insecurity, famine/droughts, etc.
The European Student Forum is a one-day regional event bringing together students and young professionals from across Europe to network, share ideas and learn from some of the best scientists, engineers and business professionals in the space sector. The event will aim to bridge the gap between academia and industry, encouraging students to be creative and imaginative with [...]
SGAC is pleased to announce Jamil Castillo as the winner of the SGAC-EMER-GEN/AMOS 2019 Competition. The scholarship enables one outstanding SGAC member to attend the AMOS conference and the EMER-GEN programme for young professionals in Hawaii, September 15-20 2019.
Ksenia Synkova is a young passionate professional with more than 6 years of work experience in Marketing and Communications, and a solid background in International Affairs.
Building on the success of the first SG[ASEAN] event which took place last year in Singapore, the SG[ASEAN] is a two-day workshop focused on enhancing the understanding of students and young professionals in space in Thailand. Happening on 23-25 August 2019, the event would witness at least 40 delegates (aged 18-35 years) and guests from [...]
SGAC ha sido crucial para allanar el camino para la nueva generación – An interview with Victoria Alonsoperez
Me encantó mi tiempo en SGAC, creo que fue una gran experiencia para mí. Comencé como Punto Nacional de Contacto de Uruguay, luego fui Coordinadora Regional para América del Sur, luego co-chair y luego miembro asesor, por lo que ha sido excelente. Para mí, SGAC ha sido una organización que me abrió tantas puertas. Recuerdo la primera vez que conocí SGAC, fue en 2009, cuando obtuve la beca para jóven de la IAF, que ahora se conoce como el Emerging Space Leader Award, así que obtuve la beca y pude ir a Corea del Sur, parte de la beca era ser parte del Space Generation Congress, del que nunca escuché en mi vida, pero desde el segundo que llegué a SGAC fue como un sueño hecho realidad.
"Las cosas que valen la pena, no serán fáciles, y siempre hay que seguir intentándolo", dice el Coordinador Regional de Sudamérica sobre la lección más importante que ha aprendido hasta ahora.
Introduced in 2018, EMER-GEN™ is a joint initiative of the AMOS Conference and SGAC. The program is designed especially for young professionals and students (35 and under) enthusiastic about careers in space. The two-day experience offers mentoring, networking, short courses and professional development.
The first SG[France], organized by members of the SGAC community in collaboration with the French Space Agency CNES, was held in Paris on June 16th 2019. Inspired by the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 and the multiplication of Moon projects in recent years, the theme of the event was "Moon for @ll".